Got her degree in Biology at University of Navarre (Pamplona), Spain. As she always wanted to learn more about neurosciences, she moved to United Kingdom to do the MSc Neuroscience at University College London. Currently she is doing my PhD at LIN, where she studies the physiological role of amyloid-beta focusing maily on its effect at presynaptic level.
Studied Biology at Charles University in Prague (Czech Republic), and obtained her PhD at the Institute of Biochemistry, University of Zurich and Neuroscience Centre Zurich (Switzerland). She joined the laboratory of Eckart D. Gundelfinger at LIN as a postdoctoral fellow of Swiss National Foundation. In 2009 she became group leader at the Department of Neurochemistry and Molecular Biology. Since January 2013 she leads the Junior Research Group Presynaptic Plasticity at LIN.
Obtained her Bachelor degree in Medical Biotechnology in Poland and her Master of Sciences in Biomolecular Sciences in Brussels. Her Master thesis investigated the role of astrocytic β2adrenoreceptors on brain metabolism with the focus on axonal survival. Now, she is pursuing her PhD in Neurobiology at Leibnitz Institute for Neurobiology. Her work concentrates on the role of proteasomal protein degradation in presynaptic plasticity.
Studied Molecular Biology and Physiology at the University of Belgrade in Serbia. She did her PhD at the Dep. Neurochemistry and Molecular Biology at LIN, where she was interested in the the molecular mechanisms underlying remodeling of presynaptic compartment upon homeostatic adaptations to network activity silencing. As a postdoc in the AG Chemical synapses she collaborates with our group to investigate the physiological role of Amyloid beta and its impact on synaptic transmission.